A power play at the Venice Film Festival has prompted the appointment of Alberto Barbera as the Lido's new artistic director, replacing Marco Mueller, who has been ousted after successfully heading…
Will Arnett, Ben Schwartz Face Off in ‘Tom Clancy’s Rainbow Six Siege’ for Charity
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‘Carol,’ ‘Still Alice’ Producers Christine Vachon and Pamela Koffler Celebrate 20 Years of Filmmaking
Eddie Redmayne, Alicia Vikander Celebrate a Historic Love Story at ‘The Danish Girl’ Premiere
Tina Fey, Jon Hamm, ‘SNL’ Cast Support Sciences at American Museum of Natural History Gala
Italy's bid for a good old-fashioned American romantic comedy makes a perfectly pleasant showing with "One Day More."
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An intermittently amusing comedy from tyro Lebanese helmer-scribe Daniel Joseph.
Game as ever for ba-da-bump material, Betty White kicked off the latest “Monday Night Football” broadcast on ABC.
Spain's Mediaproduccion, producer of Woody Allen's "Midnight in Paris" and Roman Polanski's "Carnage," has emerged from voluntary bankruptcy protection.
Subscribers of pay platform Sky Deutschland will have to look elsewhere for Paramount blockbusters like "The Adventures of Tintin: Secret of the Unicorn," "Puss in Boots" and "Mission: Impossible -…
In order to combat flagging box office, distrib Toho, ad shop Dentsu and the NTV, TBS and Fuji TV networks are joining in the launch of a new service that will begin to stream recent Japanese pics to…
Looking back on my formative years, it's hard to overstate how much of my world view, my sense of humor and taste for twisted satire was shaped by Mad magazine.
Dutch-born entertainer Johannes Heesters, who made his name performing in Adolf Hitler's Germany and was dogged later in his long career by controversy over his Nazi-era past, died Saturday in…
Don Sharp, an Australia-born film director who was brought in to revive Hammer Films' sagging horror franchise in the mid-1960s -- and succeeded -- despite having no experience in the genre, died…
Mexican character actor Pedro Armendariz Jr., a near constant presence on screens big and small for more than four decades, died Monday of eye cancer in New York City. He was 71.
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